December 23rd family visit to the beach in Bovbjerg, a 15 minute drive from Lemvig, my hometown in Denmark.
A long exposure of the waves crashing in. This was a couple of days prior to Storm Urd moving across the country with hurricane force winds. We felt the build up.
Another long exposure. My latest obsession.
Shooting into the sun, at a very high shutter speed, in order to freeze every drop of salt water.
The sun brought out the colours of the sky, sea, foam as well as the darkness of the rocks.
Looking North. Fun fact: Denmark is a small country but has more than 7000 kms of coastline. About a metre and a half per Dane.
Mik suggested this plot and it was not hard to convince Emma to join in. This was my first day of shooting with a new camera so I did not mind one bit :)
Set the self timer. Hurry hurry back to the group. Mind the edge. Best company in the world!
Looking north again towards the town of Bovbjerg. As a kid I spent many a summer day here.
Hide out in an old WWII bunker near the Bovbjerg Lighthouse. In order to get the right angle I extended the camera (mounted on a full length tripod) above my head and used a 10 second self timer. Mik guided me in on the correct angle.
Mik building his extensive library of 360 shots.
Bovbjerg and the rolling hills.
The church of small town Trans is seen in the distance looking south.